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OMA Remains Operational in Midst of COVID-19 Epidemic

OMA Remains Operational in Midst of COVID-19 Epidemic

June 9, 2020

Through these times, it is more important than ever to have spaces for those in need to come together. The Office of Multicultural...

One Hundred Questions for Fall Quarter

One Hundred Questions for Fall Quarter

June 5, 2020

As spring quarter nears its end, speculation about what exactly fall quarter will look like abounds, and over a dozen Seattle...

But wait, there’s Mora: The Spectator’s Next Editor-in Chief

But wait, there’s Mora: The Spectator’s Next Editor-in Chief

June 5, 2020

If she put her mind to it, Myrea Mora could probably put together an entire newspaper all by herself. Thankfully, she won’t...

Seattle U Students Adjust Summer Plans due to COVID-19 Crisis

Seattle U Students Adjust Summer Plans due to COVID-19 Crisis

June 5, 2020

It’s a sentence that has become ubiquitous: COVID-19 is disrupting people’s lives. In a normal year, many Seattle University...

RAs Continue Working to Ensure Community on Campus Amidst a Global Pandemic

RAs Continue Working to Ensure Community on Campus Amidst a Global Pandemic

June 1, 2020

Many Seattle University students left campus as the pandemic hit the city of Seattle, but some were unable to go home. Among them...

In the month of April, the national unemployment rate increased by 10.3 percentage points to 14.7 percent as the number of those unemployed rose by 15.9 million.

How and Why the Economy is in Freefall

June 1, 2020

The COVID-19 epidemic has triggered a massive recession that is impacting all sectors of the U.S. economy. For many students,...

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Director of Education Abroad is Now the Only Staff Member Working During Pandemic

June 1, 2020

In a time when going outside your home and down the street is considered long-distance travel, it feels like a lifetime ago when...

Seattle U Gives Credit/Fail Option to Students during Pandemic

Seattle U Gives Credit/Fail Option to Students during Pandemic

May 29, 2020

As we come to the end of a particularly grueling quarter, some students might not be where they want with their grades. In-person...

University Administration Confirms Early Start to Fall Quarter Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

University Administration Confirms Early Start to Fall Quarter Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

May 27, 2020

Seattle University President Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., announced in an email that Fall Quarter 2020 will officially begin two ...

Graduating Members of Culture Clubs on Campus Have to Settle for Virtual Goodbyes

Graduating Members of Culture Clubs on Campus Have to Settle for Virtual Goodbyes

May 26, 2020

For the past three years, graduating students and members of various culture clubs on campus have seen fourth-year students celebrated...

Due to limited access to technology as a result of mass shutdowns, Seattle U’s Lemieux Library and Information Technology Services has provided ChromeBooks and other technological devices to students who need them

Tech Support: The Lifeline of Distance Learning

May 20, 2020

For some Seattle University students, the shift to remote learning this quarter has been more difficult than others due to lack...

How to Maintain Strong Eating Habits During the Pandemic

How to Maintain Strong Eating Habits During the Pandemic

May 15, 2020

During a stressful time like the COVID-19 pandemic, it is especially important to take care of your body and mind—in whatever...

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